What Is an Investor-Based Visa?
The United States remains one of the most popular immigration destinations for the affluent and entrepreneurs. Whether you are a foreigner who wants to invest your money into an existing company or start your own business, you can do so while residing in the United States (either permanently or temporarily) through investor-based visas.
The following investor-based visas are available:
- EB5 Investment Visa
- E2 Investment Visa
For those looking to live in the United States on a permanent basis, the EB5 Investment Visa is one of the quickest ways to obtain your Green Card. The E2 Investment Visa on the other hand, does not lead to permanently residency.
Both visas have specific requirements regarding investment amount, job creation, and more, so it’s important to speak to a South Carolina immigration firm like Pinilla Law who knows the ins and outs of investment visas.
Contact Us For An Initial Consultation
The team at Pinilla Law specializes in helping non-U.S. citizens reach their business goals in South Carolina. After an initial consultation where we learn more about you as an individual as well as your specific investment plans, we can provide expert advice on which visa route to pursue. Contact us today to learn more about our firm and get the ball rolling on your investment-based visa applications.